Wridea

A different approach to writing things down, mostly in the way things are presented. But everything’s pretty basic, and not too typically Web 2.0-looking, either. (Yes, there’s the ever-present green, but it’s not literally candied up.) Wridea is here for you to write and scribble things with. Pages contain different ideas, which contain text (and […]

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Stop Web 2.0?

I wonder why. 1. The internet is dead. 2. STOP WEB 2.0 3. Technology is the enabler of business not its purpose. “Stop it. We already have an internet… Web 2.0 started as a good idea. That idea has had its day. Good little dog. Now go away.” I’m not about to take the website […]

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Woomp!

Initially marketed to be an easy way for portfolio and photo sharing, Woomp! appears to be a minimalist yet good-looking approach to a no-fuss online photo gallery service. By this we mean not-bursting-with-features (hope-that’s-a-yet), but-looks-good, and-seems-to-be-idiot-proof. Clean and groovy is how they like it, with terms like medias (isn’t “media” plural already? or they want […]

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Web 2.0h, yeahhhh!

(Web 2.0 Trademarked! — The Sequel) “Our new photo-realistic printing process is on full display with this great image of Tim O’Reilly busting out of his lawyers office.” In light of recent events, this proves that the best way to handle a crisis is to make a t-shirt. (Order yours now!) Or not. e*scapist says: […]

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Web 2.0 Trademarked!

Alternate title: Web 2.0 0wn3d! O’Reilly, famous for its books (and now its lawyers) has sent a cease and desist order on the upcoming [email protected] conference, as they have trademarked the term Web 2.0. “O’Reilly and CMP co-produce the Web 2.0 conference. “Web 2.0” was coined when we were brainstorming the concept for the first […]

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Tabblo

Tabblo is yet another one of those online photo-editing, photo-sharing, photo-publishing Web apps that have sprung about of late. Ever heard of that nifty early 2000’s site called pbase.com? Well, apparently,these days plain ol’ photo galleries just don’t cut it anymore. What about Flickr? Too simple. You would want something snazzy that can, well, snazz […]

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